Rare earths are used in the production of rechargeable batteries, and with the explosion of the use of cell phones, the demand for rare earths is skyrocketing
Austin, TX. (PRWEB) February 21, 2012
The recent topic “What Does The Rare Earth Stocks List And Your Cell Phone’s Battery Have In Common?” is published in the current Absolute Wealth newsletter. Rare earth, or as it is commonly called, rare earth metals are a set of 17 chemical elements that are in the periodic table, reveals the recent Absolute Wealth newsletter.
Even though they are called rare earth metals, the recent Absolute Wealth newsletter explains, all but promethium are plentiful in the Earth’s crust. The element cerium is the twenty fifth most abundant element to be found on Earth, the newsletter adds, so why is it called rare earth?
The main reason they are called rare earth metals, explains the recent Absolute Wealth newsletter, is because they are dispersed around the Earth’s crust, and are not often found in concentration where they can be exploited economically. The Absolute Wealth recent newsletter says, when these elements are found in concentration, they are called rare earth minerals or metals.
The recent Absolute Wealth newsletter reveals the first rare earth metal that was discovered was gadolinite, which is a compound of cerium, iron, yttrium, silicon, and some other elements. A Swedish village mine in the town of Ytterby, is where gadolinite was first extracted adds the Absolute Wealth newsletter, along with some other rare earth elements.
These rare earth elements are often referred to by different abbreviations, the recent Absolute Wealth newsletter explains, which people will need to know when examining a rare earth stocks list for the [best rare earth stocks, which include:
Rare Earth - RE
Rare Earth Metals - REM
Rare Earth Elements - REE
Rare Earth Oxides - REO
Rare Earth Elements and Yttrium - REY
Light Rare Earth Elements - LREE
Heavy Rare Earth Elements - HREE
People will see these abbreviations often when searching for the best rare earth mining companies stocks, and how to buy rare earth metals explains the recent Absolute Wealth newsletter.
Rare earths are used in the production of rechargeable batteries, and with the explosion of the use of cell phones, the demand for rare earths is skyrocketing explains the newsletter. Rare earth metals are also used in the production of some military guidance systems, jet fighter engines, magnets, lasers, smart bombs, computers, even DVD’s, plus a lot of other products reveals the newsletter. With all these products being in such high demand, the demand will continue to rise for rare earth metals, the newsletter advises, so keep this in mind when examining the rare earth stocks list.